London, South Kensington
8 December 2000
JONES, Owen. The Grammar of Ornament, London: Day and Son, 1856. 2° (560 x 365mm.), coloured "illuminated" title, general title printed in red and black, 100 chromolithographed plates by Owen Jones (plates X-XVI loose, LXV and C spotted and waterstained, occasional marginal spotting, waterstaining, thumbmarking and fraying), contemporary half morocco, upper cover pictorial gilt, spine lettered and decorated in gilt (upper section of spine missing, rubbed), g.e. FIRST EDITION.
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